It’s been a busy month and I have been trying to get my review completed, and it seems every time I find the time to sit down and write; I’m […]
After reading The Surprising Imagination of C.S. Lewis and My God and My All – The Life of Saint Francis of Assisi, I decided the next book I picked to […]
The Hiding Place describes to the reader a mysterious history involving a woman whose younger brother was murdered. Janet Manning grew up in Dove Point, a small town in Ohio, and she carries around the memories surrounding her brother’s disappearance and death.
An epic archeological adventure, Masks of the Lost Kings is a conspiracy story involving an Oxford University graduate student named Suzy da Silva. Suzy is a bright and upcoming archeologist who is researching her thesis on the link between Christianity and the ancient Egyptian culture. She is introduced to the Horus Corporation, the company funding her research, by Professor Piper. When she arrives in Egypt she is emerged into an ancient mystery surrounding the ancient cultures of both Egypt and Mexico. The mystery involves sacred numbers used by the Egyptians and the Mayans; small clues left in their temples that could potentially unravel a truth about the Earth’s future.
Bones is a story about murder. In this story author Jonathan Kellerman brings back the psychologist Alex Delaware for another case filled with multiple suspects and plausible reasons for murder. Four bodies are discovered in an L.A. marsh reserve. Three of the victims were prostitutes but the fourth was a piano teacher for a wealthy businessman. Alex investigates all four murders trying to find the common link that will help him solve the case.